Climate Change Transitions in PA
Pennsylvania is one of the biggest GHG producing states in the nation, and what we do here will have an equally big effect on the nation's climate change transition. Guests: Tracy Carluccio, Deputy Director of the Delaware Riverkeeper Network, on their campaign to keep fracking wastewater out of the river, and Kelly Flanigan of PennEnvironment on two new reports, one on the current use of renewables and the other on the use of solar on rooftops.
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An announcement of note in this episode. To submit a comment to the Delaware River Basin Commission about fracking and the Delaware River Watershed go to: https://dockets.drbc.commentinput.com/?id=x2K8A
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